Life Drawing Session: Creating a Dialogue

Image Credit: Drawing Projects UK

Drawing Projects UK, Bridge House, Stallard Street, Trowbridge, BA14 9AE

01225 767993
[email protected]

Wednesday 07 December 2016
Opening Hours: 8.45am-1pm
Admission Fee: £15
Booking essential
Please contact us to book a place; booking also possible via Eventbrite

A morning life drawing session with two models led by artist-tutor Alex Roberts. The drawing session will include both male and female life-models posing as a pair within The Drawing Centre studio at Drawing Projects UK. Participants will observe the human figures and explore their drawing process and the implied narratives within this drawing encounter. A great opportunity to stimulate your imagination and enhance your skills or to try your hand at life drawing within this supportive environment. The aim is to build skills, facility and confidence and to give participants the tools to develop their drawing capabilities.

Twelve places are available for adults of all levels of ability, with small group sizes ensuring that individual attention is avaliable within this group context. Paper, pencils and charcoal are provided. Participants are advised to bring any specific materials relevant to their own individual drawing practice. Booking essential. Refreshments will be provided during the morning break. 

Studio Cafe at Drawing Projects UK will be open on 7 December, which offers simple and delicious fare. You will also be able to view the exhibition of drawings by Anita Taylor at Drawing Projects UK. For all enquiries please contact us on 01225 767993 or by email on [email protected]

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